Welcome to Cantate’s 2022-2023 season, PICKING UP THE PIECES.
Our season title is a play on words — we are excited to pick up once again a number of the pieces that we were forced to cancel in the past few seasons and finally share them with you. Really, it’s what we’re all doing: picking up the pieces after so much pain and disruption, figuring it out together, rebuilding, and putting those pieces back together … maybe — just maybe — better than before.
A Piece for Peace
Sunday, April 16, 2023, • 5:00 p.m.
Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center
7995 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, Md.
Cantate Concert Choir partners with the Montgomery College Chorus and an orchestra to present Karl Jenkins’s The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace. This powerful work examines the fascination with war in the last century and offers hope for a more peaceful tomorrow.
Pieces of Nature
Sunday, May 21, 2023, • 5:00 p.m.
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church
4900 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, D.C.
Cantate Chamber Singers concludes the season with a program originally scheduled for the spring of 2020, in which music director Victoria Gau shares her love of the natural world. Music by Morten Lauridsen, Dan Forrest, Andrew Earle Simpson, Craig Hella-Johnson, and more!
MASK POLICY: To reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19, masks that fully cover the nose and mouth are required at all times for all patrons, including children ages 3 and older, regardless of vaccination status. Social distancing is encouraged. Ticket holders who do not comply with this policy will not be admitted and refunds will not be offered. (NOTE: Our singers may perform without masks.) This policy is subject to change as we continue to monitor local and state guidelines.
Cantate seeks to maintain an equitable, safe and welcoming environment for all who participate in its various activities and functions, both in-person and virtually. We welcome musicians and volunteers of diverse backgrounds, abilities, and creeds, and strive to create an inclusive and creatively stimulating community. Therefore, discrimination and harassment of any nature will not be tolerated.
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